The Amazon Prime Video hot list: From Alex Rider to Dating Amber - what to watch in June 2020

What’s on Prime Video in June? El Presidente and Living Abroad are just some of the best TV and movies highlights coming to Prime Video this month.

By Sophia Moir Published: 29 May 2020 - 3.36pm
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Up to date with Jack Ryan and already binge-watched Modern Love? You'll be pleased to know there's loads of new content coming to Amazon Prime Video in June.

From Alex Rider to Dating Amber, we round up the best new films and TV shows coming soon to Amazon Prime customers.

Read our must-watch TV guide for the month ahead on Prime Video.

Alex Rider

Alex Rider is based on the cult book series by Anthony Horowitz, kicking off from the second book Point Blanc. 

After unknowingly being trained since childhood to become an espionage agent, Alex (played by Otto Farrant) is pressured into investigating how his uncle's death is connected to two assassinated billionaires.

Alex Rider is streaming on Prime Video from Thursday, June 4.

Dating Amber

Set in Ireland during the mid-1990s, Eddie (Fionn O'Shea) and Amber (Lola Petticrew) decide to stage a relationship in order to stop everyone speculating about their sexuality. 

Written and directed by David Freyne, the film also stars Sharon Horgan, Barry Ward, and Simone Kirby.

Dating Amber is streaming on Prime Video from Thursday, June 4.

El Presidente

Amazon’s new series El Presidente is the highly anticipated dramatisation of the corruption scandal at football's global governing body FIFA in 2015.

Set against the backdrop of cities across Latin America, the US and Europe, the ‘dramedy’ explores the sports scandal that rocked the world.

El Presidente is streaming on Prime Video from Friday, June 5.

Living Abroad

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Amazon’s new must-watch football documentary series follows the fortunes of four Spanish greats as they ply their trade outside of their home country.

Living Abroad focuses on players including Manchester United’s Juan Mata, as it takes viewers into the private lives of some of Spain’s ‘Golden Generation'.

Living Abroad is streaming on Prime Video from Friday, June 5.

This Is Us season 4

From the writer of Crazy, Stupid, Love, This Is Us is a grounded look at how the tiniest events in our lives impact who we become.

Season 4 continues to follow the lives and connections of the Pearson family across several time periods.

This Is Us season 4 is streaming on Prime Video from Friday, June 5.

Seasons 1-3 are streaming on Prime Video now.

LOL: Last One Laughing

Taskmaster meets Big Brother and Live in Rebel Wilson’s new Amazon series LOL: Last One Laughing, that’s set to bring some much needed laughter to 2020.

The summer reality series, which is hosted and produced by the Pitch Perfect actress, features 10 of Australian’s finest comedians battling it out for a $100,000 prize.

LOL: Last One Laughing is streaming weekly on Prime Video from Thursday, June 18.